paper illustration technique


As I said in the earlier post that I am developing my own paper technique to create an illustration in 3D, this is one of them.

I have a sweet-tooth and Indian sweets inspire me to create this colorful illustration.

Hope you will like it…the sweet as well as the technique 🙂

a box of sweets for ‘Dessert’

Box of 'Dessert'-Illustration Friday

Looking at my other posts on this blog, you might have already guessed by now that I have a great passion for working with clay and paper. Over the years, I have developed a technique, which I have named it as ‘paper illustration’.

For this week’s topic – ‘dessert’, I thought of introducing this unique technique, which I hope you will like it. Please share your thoughts, thank you.

Workshop: Make your own Ganesh idol with eco-friendly clay and save the environment.

In 2006 my daughter and I attended a workshop for ‘clay sculptures’, it was for encouraging people to use an eco-friendly clay called ‘Shadu’, for making Lord Ganesh instead of ‘Plaster of Paris’.
At this workshop I was the only artist in the group, so obviously my ‘Ganesh Idol’ had to be beautiful  and that’s why all the new paper photographers were around us…!

Illustration Friday – ‘Paisley’ in authentic Heena design

Paisley-Illustration Friday

When this topic ‘paisley’ was announced, I was thrilled, as this is one of my favorite design patterns. Also, I’m just back from a colorful ‘Indian Wedding’, which inspired me to illustrate ‘Heena’ ( मेंदी ) on my own palm.

The ‘paisley’ pattern is one of the inseparable design patterns found in ‘Heena’ ( मेंदी ) designs. The Mehndi ceremony is an important ritual for a bride during wedding ceremony.

Hope you all like my entry.

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